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Date Posted by Category User IP

2016-05-13 (UTC)

AH7I

Power Supplies

c-50-167-164-207.hsd1.ga.comcast.net

Heathkit HP-13B

Heath HP13B power supply. Works.
Draws between 2 and 3 amps with no
load. Cable NOT included! If you
prefer, I can substitute a
HP13A(draws about 4-5 Amps as
filter caps are leakier/drier than
those in the 13B). I have both and
only plan to use one.
$100 includes USA ship from 30306.

I strongly recommend new filter
caps as it has the originals!

I will include 7, just ordered and
fresh from Mouser next week, 22ufd
@450V caps which can be used to
replace the 5 x 20ufd at 500V and
the 2 x 20ufd @ 200V. There are
some additional electrolytic caps
in the switching circuit. They are
2 x 10ufd @25V and 1 x 100ufd
@50V. I am not including replacements for these.

If you have a hefty 12V bench
supply and are not bothered by
inverter noise, the HP13 can be
used in place of a HP23 to power
HW or SB series transceivers.

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